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o'reilly tonight. please remember, the spin stops right here. we are looking out for you. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, on saturday, november 26. door buster sales lead to chaos. shpers pepper sprayed and a grandfather trampled. that is just the beginning. >> yikes. >>dave: good news from the families of the american students arrested in egypt. with a live report. >> you can cross basketball off the wish list the lockout will be over just in time for christmas with details ahead with the lovely and talented dave briggs. "fox & friends" starts right now.
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>> you are watching "fox & friends" a great day to begin the day. >> good morning, don. have a wonderful black friday. if you are recovering from thanksgiving ... >> i can barely fit into the clothes but i deep fried the turkey and it changed my life. it was perfect. fantastic. my roast turkey is perfect however this took an hour versus the six hours. >> once a year --. >> a home run. >> bass pro fried one for us on thursday. i may be changed. >> did you shop? >> i went to costco and it was a madhouse. i thought it would be quieter. no, different violence spreading at urban outfitters.
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>> i figured for the main event at best buy and walmart. here is what happened. >> do we know what the sale was there? were they just giving clothes away? >> hipster jeans. >> this happened all across the country. the incidence of violence and chaos and mayhem at black friday reached a fever pitch yesterday. >> books for sale? >> i don't how to explain what happened this year, maybe because they started earlier. some stores opened at midnight opposed to the morning but there was looting. in soho, hipster clothes, expensive hipster collects. kind of like abercromie and fitch. >> everyone thought it would be open add midnight but it didn't so add midnight the crowd was
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incensed and 1:00 o'clock a.m. they worked themselves up to this fever pitch and they broke in. they broke in. >> you are not open? we will go ahead and go in the store. and take whatever we wanted. >> and a woman who pepper sprayed fellow shoppers to get ahead in line to get a deal on an xbox. >> at walmart in california. >> interesting given the length and life sickle of the xbox. >> what is amazing she pepper sprays someone to keep them away from the xbox and she had 20 people suffering minor injuries and here is what amazed me. she managed to pepper spray the people walk to the register pay for the xbox and leave the premises. >> did they catch her? >> without the police detaining her showing up after she left. they know would the woman is. >> there was a man shot outside of a walmart in california for
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some of the goods he had come out with. he did not surrender them and he was shot. what went on yesterday? why all this violence? >> and another story, more hard to take, a grandfather trying to help his grandson was trampled by walmart shoppers and she slammed him to the ground and knocked him unconscious, by were coulds and this individual here, grabbed the person accused of shoplifting. >> parents have been through this and i know i have you are concentrating on your kid, concentrating on the grass not trying to steal but it may have looked leak he was trying to steal things and trying to keep his grandson from being trampled. >> this is in arizona and he took the game and stuffed iten his shirt because people were pawing him and he thought people with not go under his shirt and someone said he was shoplifting
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and his face is clouded is because it is so blood difficult, he was knocked out unconscious for ten minutes and revived. this is just a grandfather, and he was thrown into the county jail overnight. all just for shopping. >> and here is the most egregious stories, we like waffles, but with you riot over a waffle maker. walmart near little rock, arkansas, a riot over $2 waffle maker. look at these people. going crazy for waffle mangers and a riot. they need to do something about this. >> does walmart, most of this happened in or around walmart do they have an obligation to do something to try to curtail the violence, the mayhem, the craziness that ensues on black friday? they are just doing god business. >> they say they hire more security guards. >> it is not enough.
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if you are a manager and saying what are going to be the problem areas? maybe the xbox section, i don't people are saying it will be the behalf fowl -- it will be the waffle maker. >>alisyn: obviously, everyone has some personal responsibility when you go into a store you should not go berserk but so much happened it seems like something went wrong systematically. people were getting injured all overtime country. >>dave: cyber monday. >>dave: the only injury there is carpal tunnel. >>alisyn: the three american students arrested in egypt are reportedly on the way home this morning. and now, peter is live in washington. >>peter: they missed thanksgiving but the students from indiana university in
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bloomington and drexel university in philadelphia, they are on their way home. the third student from georgetown university is reportedly not far behind them. and the per of the 19-year-old on the show yesterday tells us "i can't wait for him to get home, i can't believe he will actually get on a plane. it is so wonderful e the lawyer for porter, also 19, said "i'm pleased and thankful to support he is in the air and is on his way home." on thursday, on the phone, the father of luke gates told us this. >> we are ecstatic, just so happy, so happy, and so happy for the other boys and their families. >> the three college kids were in a heap of trouble with the egyptian police this week when they were accused of tossing fire bombs off the roof of the american university in cairo
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just near tahir square but a court in egypt freed them on thursday and the lawyer for greg porter says his client is now okay. and american university will ship all of her son's stuff home after she back. the kids did not have time to go back to their dorms and pack up before they went to the states. >>alisyn: thank goodness they are on the way home. more breaking news and another fox alert. >>dave: christmas news, after 149 days the nba lock out appears to finally be over. while you were sleeping the owners and players reached a tentative deal with the commission saying they rescheduled 66 game season will begin christmas day, more details on the arrangement and the season ahead later in sports. >>alisyn: thank godness. also overnight we have to tell you about this upsetting story,
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pakistan closing a key afghanistan bother crossing nato supplies after a helicopter reportedly attacked an army check point killing 25 soldiers. pakistani customs say they received orders to stop all of nato supplies from moving cross the border through the crossing until the u.s. apologizes. nato is still investigating this incident. >> occupy protesters in los angeles told to "get out," the mayor giving them until 12:01 monday morning to clear the tents off the lawn of city hall. they have not spended to the eviction notice. and occupy philadelphia protesters are also being told to leave and the mayor giving them 48 hours to move their tents from city hall to a plaza across the street and they can no longer erect tents or camp out overnight. those are the headlines. >> let's see if we can find maria because the studio has been taken over by chicago.
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maria? >> i am in the weather studio. for the weather today it will be unsettled day with a strong storm system that is entering the planes this morning, so that is what we are looking at across the center of the country and the east coast and the west coast being quiet. the exception in the west is rain expected in seattle. otherwise, rain and snow will develop if the great lakes north or along northern portions of the strong cold front and there will be a slight chance for strong storms across the deep south and otherwise, in the northeast you will notice very warm temperatures today near record warmth for us here in new york city where we expect a high of 65 and record is 67 degrees. so, very nice weather. otherwise, right now it is chilly start to the morning across the northwest and to the east ahead of the cold front we have warm temperatures, 52 this morning in memphis, tennessee,
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and the front shows rain stretching from minnesota all the way down into texas and beneficial for texas and down the back side of the system you have the cold air moving in, already some snow. guys? >> i was being serenaded by dave and clayton. >>dave: you are an inspiration. >>alisyn: thank you. >>clayton: shocking claims from iran. they have arrested 12 c.i.a. agents. we will talk to ambassador bolton next.
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c.i.a. agents? >>guest: well, hard to believe american students. it could be part of an iranian network that c.i.a. or other intelligence services have been running. it shows what a hostile environment iran is. how hard it is for us to get god intelligence. and if it is propaganda it also shows the iranians are very concerned about the status of their nuclear weapons perhaps. >>alisyn: because the c.i.a. operates convertly we would never know. >>guest: the good news is maybe we have not had any anonymous sources in the intelligence community confirming that, in fact, these were agents run by the united states. unlike a few weeks ago when hezbollah announced they rolled up the c.i.a. network in lebanon and the sources say it is too
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bad. silence is very important. if they are agents. confirming it seals their warrant. >> what does it mean fort united states intelligence as we try to figure out what is going on inside of iran? >>guest: well, on the assumption the iranians are somewhat accurate it shows that running human intelligence inside iran is very difficult. and if these were people who were intended to carry out convert actions against the program, how hard that is to do, too. it underscores there is a lot about the iranian nuclear program we don't know and about internal iranian politics we dent necessity so when people talk about how long it will be before iran get as nuclear weapon we need to take it with a grin of salt. what we don't know is undoubtedly not good news and there is a lot we don't know. >>alisyn: including the mysterious incidents that happened in iran as the natural
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gas transport facilities, there have been a couple of reports of explosions. do we have a sense of what is happening? >>guest: over the past four or five years there have been a number of incidents of sabotage and assassination of military and scientific figure. whether that is carried out by the israelis or by the saudis or by others, hard to say. this is part of a larger struggle going on not middle east. iran on one side. arab states on the other. israel on another. a very complicated environment. >>clayton: does this underscore the relationship between iran and hezbollah. >>guest: it does. it would not be surprised that this is an effort to find out about the networks given the talk we have seen in the press about a possible israeli attack on iran's nuclear weapons program so there would be very careful in iran what is going
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on, and, remember iran's likely response to an israeli attack is to unleash hezbollah rock coats against israel so rolling up any intelligence network in lebanon would also be important from the iranian perspective. >>alisyn: former u.s. an to the u.n., john bolton, thanks for appearing. >>clayton: the family of a missing mother who has been missing since appearing on "people's court." we will find out what she told her father on a voice mail and her sister joins with the latest not case. >>alisyn: and a children's bible pulled off store shelves for being ... too racy?
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>>clayton: holiday shoppers keep your wallets open. small business saturday today. american express created a nationwide movement to help keep the local economy strong. customer whose participate get a $25 credit if they spent $25 or more on mayor is american express card. and certain to look like christmas at the white house. first lady presented with the official white house christmas tree yesterday, a beautiful 19' fur grown in wisconsin that will spend the holiday season standing tall in the white house blue room. 19', the size of your tree. >>dave: that she cut down with the other grizwald. california is facing a massive
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budget shortfall. now, now, they have a genius cost saving plan that will actually cost them money out there in california. >>alisyn: they used to give all the lawmakers in california cars. so, taxpayers would pay for the cars and their maintenance for the car and the pass. so when the panel sat down, here is a great place to save money, we will take away the state issued cars and we will give them mileage money, 55 cent a pile, that will obviously save money. >> and a stipend of $300 and the commission was looking at ways to save money and saw this as a big waste of money but this $300 they were going to give them in let placement of the cars ended up not being approved and the attorney general said, wait, that did not get approved so the cars are taken away and the $300 is taken away and they get 55 cent which towns out to be more costly than the cars.
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>>dave: so the new model could cost at least $1 million annually. what did it cost before? when they just gave the california lawmakers cars? well, it cost $735,000 a year so they are spending a couple hundred grand more a year to take away the car. >>alisyn: does no one on the panel have a calculator, could they not figure out 55 cent a mile, and it is a big state, they drive how many, that will cost more? they did not figure it out before they changing the rules, and now it will cost them more! >>clayton: it looks to be less money up front, no check for $300 or put up the money for the cars which are being auctioned we will do it on the back end through expense reports. but as you know,ou look at 55 cent as mile and you have to breakdown, drying for work purposes, driving for my
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personal purposes. come on there is a lot of blending. >>dave: and some districts are a couple thousand miles. here is what the compensation commission says: that is the ease of the way to save money and help balance the budget. >>alisyn: that is what they said before they figured out their math was off. it will cost $1 million rather than $752,000. environmentalists will hate this plan because what is happening lawmakers hand in the prius, the more advanced green cars and they will drive their own s.u.v.'s. around the state. which are gas guzzlers. >>dave: amazing! >>clayton: let us know what you think at "fox & friends" or on twitter at ff weekend. >>dave: will the players be headed back to the court before christmas?
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not the courtroom, the basketball court. word that nba lock out is over. details ahead. >>alisyn: get the wish lists ready we are showing off the hottest holiday toys. last thanksgiving, abo 2 million people
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call the number on your screen or visit our website to apply. >> time for the shot of the morning, a whale of a friendship. this is a snorkeler warming up to a 50 ton sperm whale in the caribbean. the whale estimated to be 60' long. >>alisyn: did the whale surprise the snorkeler? >> i don't think so. that would be hard to do, a surprise. >>alisyn: i thought, look at pretty wish, wait a minute, what's that? >> gutsy. gutsy. >>alisyn: and now the headlines. a georgia couple is under arrest this morning after allegedly locking a three-year-old boy inside a bedroom. police say the couple nailed the
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door shut so her young son could not get out. they say the boy was also deprived of food and surrounded by filth. she is pregnant, by the way, why, god? the volt create the wrong kind of spark and this is a formal investigation into the electric car over concerns the battery could pose a significant fire risk. the warning comes after a second battery fired during the crash testing and the national highway traffic safety administration says it is still too soon to tell if this will lead to recalls. the only suspect in the disappearance of the maryland woman who went missing in aruba will be a freeman on tuesday. he spent four months in custody while investigators tried to gather evidence in the death of the 35-year-old gardner. the prosecution has until tuesday to appeal the decision. >> sam's club is pulling a children's bible from the shelf
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after complaints. it used legos to deexpect scenes from the bible but the website has more mature scenes that include violence. the author says he ed it the scenes owe to avoid this issue. so, those are the headlines. >>dave: a sports alert the nba lock out could be over, perhaps, thanksgiving day players and owners some perspective. it was the reality of losing more money on the big christmas day games. either way the commissioner says a tentative agreement has been reaped. >> a lot of, shall we say other issues to be finished because we have the broad of the outlane but both sides are optimistic this will yield a full-blown series of agreements.
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>>dave: and a rescheduled 66 game season would begin christmas day with a triple header, including miami versus dallas. and now college football, lsu taking on number three, arkansas, and second quarter, hogs up seven, and michael ford fumbles. and highsmith takes it 47 yards and razorbacks up 14-0. but lsu comes back in a hurry and tyrone matthew a spectacular player in the country this year, 92 yards they call him the honey badger and clayton, the honey badger takes what he wanted. what he wanted. >> it was all lsu after that 14-point arc lead. from there, 41-3. there goes georgia's jefferson off to the end zone, 41-17 lsu
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rolling. forget the complicated formulas this team plans on steam rolling into the title game. >> and detroit lions star suh flip flopped on friday. the defensive tackle addressed on facebook the kick that got him booted from the thanksgiving game with the packers, saying "my reaction on thursday was unacceptable and i made a mistake and have learned from it," a stark contrast from after the game that he did not intentionally step on anyone but was trying to keep his balance. >> the league will review the matter and will likely be fined some say suspended multiple games. my friend. >>alisyn: thank you. and now a look at weather across the country. >> good morning, gives. looking like we have a big storm system we will track today and headed into tomorrow, potentially producing delays on the road and in the airports for anyone headed back home after the that that -- thanksgiving
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holiday. behind the front it is chilly with highs in the 30's, and ahead of the system, it is very warm, the southeast and the northeast will see highs wide-spread not 60's and 70's and a hive 80 in tampa, florida. and now, the front is stretching from minnesota down into texas and bringing in rainfall, and some of the colder air mixes in behind it and we are seeing the rain shift to snow and we will get quite a deficit it across northern parts of minnesota and wisconsin and we can pick up a couple inches of snow. should not be major but isolated spots could pick up half a foot of snow so that is something to watch if you live around international falls. otherwise, to the south, kansas city dealing with the rain and central texas we need the rain. now, over to you. >> the holiday shopping season
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is officially underway and now a toy experts with toys 'r us. power wheels this morning, first, a big toy you brought in. this i have to imagine my son would love this. >>guest: it is a big ticket item for the holiday item but one of the products that your child can use for seasons and seasons so much fun, it can drive over almost any terrain and as you can see almost anyone can drive it. so, it is a lot of fun. >> even a 34-year-old. 280 pounds. >> good thing i only weigh 140 pounds. >>guest: it is $299, a great item. and you can use it through the season. >>clayton: and great for moms in the kitchen. my son is in love with mickey mouse and this is rock star.
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>>guest: all kids love mickey mouse, a favorite. this one is rockin' the house. turn on the foot, and you tap on it, and he really will rock the house with his shades, his cool sunglasses, and he does some cool dances, and he does the splits, not to ruin it but he is pretty cool, about $54.99. >>clayton: thanks, mickey. i will turn you off. next you have some dolls. >>guest: very popular, this is peppy, they all have quiet names, kids love they have exaggerated features, so, it is like raggedy ann, so this is a popular item, and the 8:00s are around $20 range.
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>>clayton: got to get started early with the reading. >>guest: this is a leap pad for tech savvy kids so this is eat, a touch screen function at with a camera on the back and you can record the videos and you can download books and game and watch video and draw different art. it is fun. >>clayton: and it is durable. next we have a great item only $20, you pull back on it, a nerf. it blasts up to 50'. and it is different than the normal dart they have. you could be out of ammunition. she knew i would get in trouble and only loaded me up with two. is that it? >>guest: that is it for today but there are so many hot toys you can find on www.toys'rus
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>>clayton: seven men charged with drug smuggling after pot was found at a border crossing in california with a stash worth $13 million.
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a trip to the movie theater ending if a visit to the hospital for some fans. a scene in the latest installment causing seizures. the particulars of red, black and right during the intense birthing scene can cause photo sensitive epilepsy. so far there have been two reported cases. allegation maybe it is just the bothing scene. and the defense budget is facing devastating cuts after the super committee failed to reach a debt deal. >>dave: how does this impact the troops? does it pose a threat to our national security? we have our military analyst and retired four star general jack keen. >>guest: great to be here. >>dave: panetta said this 10 doomsday situation but the senior fellow at the center for strategic and budgetary assessment says if the $600 billion goes through the next decade still leaves us as 2007
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levels levels which is $472 billion for a military budget and that soup like -- sounds like a lot of money. >>guest: can you not look at the budget in terms of the total amount but in terms of the capabilities it provides. also, what has happened. should the 20 department budget be on the table given financial crisis of the country? of course. and the leaders in. department realize that but the fact is, secretary gates before he left took $269 billion out of the defense department budget for efficiency and cut four junior programs stopping the f22, and the marine amphibious vehicle and cut a navy nuclear program and took the entire army's vehicle modernization program. since secretary panetta has come in, the white house gave him pink slip of $489 billion to
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cut. already on the table. before the super committee. so we are $600 billion down over ten area period right now and that cuts into the bone and muscle. >>alisyn: we have heard stories of the overspending or redound dance, what did you think could be cut safely? >>guest: those cuts have been made. frankly. and secretary gates, i am on his defense policies board, and i know how studious they have gone about doing this. and there is a lot of frustration in the cuts that have been made in terms of the super committee, it would devastate the military. it would take the united states military capability and dramatically reduce it. and what the viewing odeons should understand, what the united states military does in terms of the preeminence in the world is as a deterrent factor.
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it keeps our enemies from taking actions against other people and also against us. >>dave: would this change our national security strategy in the $600 billion in 10 years occurs? >>guest: it would make us weaker and the american people more vulnerable as a result. you have her the comments that secretary panetta is making, and he is disagreeing with his own president doing it, that he believes the cuts are devastate asking they are unacceptable. >>alisyn: scary, jack keane thank you for coming in. we lick to hear your expertise. >>dave: still ahead, a young mother disappears after appearing on "the people's court," and her family is releasing the last known voice message. >> dad it is 8:40. after the show.
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her sister joins us. >>alisyn: should smokers pay higher insurance rates?
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>>dave: mother three vanishes hours after talking about her broken relationship on the show "the people's court," and now her family is releasing the last voice mail she left with the help it will lead to any clues in the disappearance. >> dad, hi, it is 8:40 on wednesday morning. call me when you have lunch or at the end of the day. love you. talk to you soon. >> the sister of michelle parker who is missing, for over a week and joins us on the phone from
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orlando. >> good morning. different deaf i imagine this was a difficult thanksgiving day for the family, what is the latest? any good news to report on the search? >>guest: it was a different kind of thanksgiving. we are still out there searching and handing out flers and we have a $50,000 award that is up for her safe return or a tip for a return that ends sunday night at 12:00. >>dave: you have release add photo of a necklace your sister was wearing the last time she was seen. how will that help? >>guest: maybe it is sitting on the ground somewhere, i don't, i hope people can lack at that and if anyone sees figure like that or if it turns up, it will help lead us to her. >>dave: take a good look at michelle and the necklace.
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her ex-husband, they were recently on the people's court as we mentioned, ex-fiance, and their relationship clearly a little of fighting involved but the police say he is not a suspect. do you, do any family members suspect he could be involved? the last time she was seen it was at his house. >>guest: as of right now, i think, myself, as well as the police department are looking at any and all possibles and why believe anything has been ruled out. of course it is something fin ever wants to believe but i don't believe anything is being ruled out. >>dave: your brother tempted -- texted your sister, where are you? and she texted "waterford," and says that does not add up. what does that tell you? >>guest: he sent her a text message at 4:26 saying what is beginning on and she said
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"waterford," at 4:26 so, she is in the kind of person who sends a one word text and i found that out we found out that was sent after we called into the police and that paid my stomach wrench, that something was wrong, that she was not at the movie theater. >>dave: your brother said she never sent one word answers but smiles or hug or kisses included in the text. and the last question about her ex-fiance he was dishonorably discharged from the marines in 2003 for drug possession and domestic battery and filed for a restraining order against your sister, filed for a restraining order in 2009. does that make you more suspicious that he could be involved? we told he was a wonderful father to their children. >>guest: i am suspicious of anything and everything that is out there right now.
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the things that are going through my head i never thought i would have to think about especially doling with my sister. so, i just don't know. i hope to god that is something that is not true. >>dave: you will search through the week. what are the plans? >>guest: we are continuing to search. i am going to meet up with 20 volunteers shortly and we will be on our map and picking out new areas that we are working with the police department, and going out if the neighbors and handing out flyers and talking about the $50,000 that our family has come up with. and just hoping someone out there whose heart is pounding and thinking they know they did something wrong and to help us. someone has to know something. >>dave: we hope so. we hope this has a happy ending and we pray for all you this
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weekend. folks take one more look at the picture of the missing michelle, if you have any information please call the orlando police department. thanks for joining us on the phone. coming up, gingrich is riding a wave of momentum in the polls right now but will it be enough to take him to victory? plus, rockin' around the christmas tree with legendary rock band "chicago." a live performance ahead.
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>>alisyn: good morning, everyone, on saturday, november 26th. a black friday frenzy. door buster sales turn violent across the country. shoppers person sprayed a
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grandfather knocked to the ground. wait until you hear what else happened. >> keeping up momentum, gingrich leading the g.o.p. in the polls. will it last? we will ask our pollster. >> if you smoke should you have to shell out more for health insurance benefits? some say that is discrimination. no butts about it, a fair and balanced debate. send us your tweets and e-mails. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ saturday, in the park >>alisyn: everyone knows the band "chicago." you know this song and the band. >>clayton: they have a new christmas album and we managed to fit the entire eight piece band in our studio. >>dave: i had no idea, with
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favorite chicago songs. >>alisyn: the ballad "never going to say your sorry." >>clayton: yours? >>dave: i was on itunes all morning one after the other. >>alisyn: we need to talk about what happened around the country. black friday, always chaos for the shoppers. yesterday was a different category. violence. mayhem. chaos. >>clayton: and we will run down the biggest hits, the terrible stories out there. urban outfitters, in california, at 3:00 a.m. folks lining up for the deep discounts. i am surprised that many would line up for that story at that hour.
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>>alisyn: it was at thousand oaks shopping center and there was a stampede but we have not been able to find any article about it in the local papers so this is what we think we are seeing. >>dave: and this is not a walmart-type crowd, a different crowd, and not usually one to offer huge crazy sales but if you have any information on what happened let us know. and here in new york, a store in soho everyone showed up and figured, i don't why, based on an internet report the place was opening at midnight but it was not so they decided to loot the place. you are not opening? don't worry, we will just come in and steal stuff. >>alisyn: they pushed open the doors and the sales people were like, what is happening and they were in, and unauthorized way they thought they could take stuff. for free. you are not open? so we can steal stuff. yesterday we covered this. and now more news of the woman
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who person sprayed fellow shoppers at a walmart store. she was trying to get an xbox 360 describes as a way to get in line for the xbox. >>dave: it was described as competitive shopping incident but 20 people were enjuniored there at this california walmart and the woman who person sprayed the people get the xbox, walked up and paid for it and drove off in her car before police showed up. now, what they know, they know who this latino woman is, a very small 5' 3" woman who is intimidated by the crowd, but, craziness. >> person spray? >> she is going throughout the store with person spray and taking that measure before knowing it could get out of hand. >>alisyn: what happened there was more violence outside of a walmart in california a different walmart where a man was shot coming out of the store with the packages that he bought he refused to turn them over to
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robbers and he was shot. all of this is insanity. and this next story wait until you see this video, a grandfather with his grandson and they went inside we the mall and he was trying to get a computer game for his grandson and everyone was tugging at it so hard he decided to put it under his shirt and someone said this guy is shoplifting and the security guards knocked him down and knocked him unconscious and he is bleeding from the mouth and face which we are not showing you. >>dave: it is not just the people and the shoppers but clearly the police officers, as well, and if my neck of the woods in connecticut this is a taser used on a crowd of people that were getting unruly but a taser. where does responsibility fall? is it on walmart? on the police? on personal responsibility from shoppers? or spread it around.
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>> all of the above. >>clayton: a $2 wafflemaker. this is the $2 wafflemaker sale that turned into a riot at walmart. personal responsibility. orderly. we stand in line all the time. you go to starbucks to grab a coffee do you push people in line? >>alisyn: are waffles that popular in this country? but to inspire this? how can people summon the energy after the thanksgiving meal to get off the couple and go out in the cold for this kind of rioting? are people not eating enough? is that 9 problem. >>clayton: that is the problem. >>dave: we will discuss later on the problem to discuss the psychology of this what is happening with these people and we want your tweets. does the responsibility fall or
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walmart and other big ticket stores to spread out the sales? >>clayton: i was surprised to see that president obama's campaign team decided to debt involved in the black friday deals. president obama's campaign was tweeting black friday discount deals on obama merchandise yesterday, deep discounts only on black friday. >>alisyn: take 10 percent off all purchases of at obama 1212 gear with code 10 percent turncy day. genius, stay at home, get the deals at home while you are in your pajamas, that is how the stores should do it. >>dave: romney tweeted about black friday and says cyber monday county folks, he has a sale on the romney campaign website so check that out. that is the flip side. >>clayton: and speaking of
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black friday we have not seen weiner since the scandal and he stepped down from office during the summer, well, he was out with his wife yesterday to do black friday shopping sporting ... a little mustache. he would be better off with that. >>alisyn: maybe he is trying to support men's health because dave also attempted to do that. >>dave: don't you dare. i think anthony weiner is supporting the november moment. >>alisyn: and now the headlines. we begin with this news alert. what is going on with basketball. >>dave: great news for basketball fans after more than five months, 149 days the nab lock out appears to be over. the owners and players reached a tentative deal and the row
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scheduled 66-game season will begin christmas day with brief training camps. >>alisyn: nato is investigating a deadly overnight helicopter attack on the border of afghanistan and pakistan. at least 25 pakistani soldiers were killed at the check point. in response, pakistani closed the border crossing blocking nato supplies from entering afghanistan and this is expected to further complicate relations between pakistan and the united states. >> after two months occupy protesters have warn out the welcome in los angeles, and the mayor is giving them until 12:00 on monday to clear their tents. the period of times ha not spended to the notice. occupy philadelphia protesters are also being told to leave. and the mayor giving them 48 hours to move their encampment from city hall to a plaza across the street. and they can no longer erect tents or camp out. iraq veteran champion winning
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recognition from washington, getting a 10-minute phone call from panetta, commending j.r. for his strength, resilience and hard work assisting other wounded warriors. in 2003 he was burned over 40 percent of his body after he hit a roadside bomb but that did not affect his dancing skills. as you can see, he is fantastic. >> and he will write a book, an inspirational speaker, i was disappeared by the finale ... i wanted j.r. but the finale ... he was better early and he struggled late. >>clayton: dave is writing a book on the hit of "dancing with the stars" and the ups and downs. >>dave: guilty as charged. >> good morning, gives we have quiet weather and active
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weather. the quiet weather is in the east from new york city to florida a lot of sunshine and near record warmth in spots and to the west, quieting down after this large storm system that is currently impacting parts of the plains brought in snow to the rockies and the cascades in the pacific northwest. where is the storm right now across the lanes and upper midwest? we see snow fall across the northeast portions of minnesota where we will look at accumulation out there between 1" to 5" of snow and to the south, rain with the heavy stuff staying to the east of kansas city and beneficial rain across portions of eastern oklahoma and texas. now this storm system will head eastbound and potentially producing delays for people headed home after the holiday on saturday or headed into tomorrow so delays today are possible from the gulf coast into the great lakes and rain and thunderstorms along the mississippi valley and as the storm continues eastbound, and as we head into sunday we will
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look at possible delays from the ohio valley down into the southeast, and this is very cold air behind the system, sow will notice a drop in temperatures, when the front moves through your area, and that could switch some of the rainfall over to snow. the biggest chance for snow is across portions of the great lakes as the system heads easts but we could see snow or mix of rain and snow across parts of west tennessee. guys? dave the report is ahead. >>alisyn: can gingrich keep frontrunner status going? we will ask a pollster about the latest news on polls.
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>>clayton: republican hopeful gingrich is holding on to frontrunner status for now in the lead in iowa at 27 percent with romney second at 20 percent. and, according to the most recent poll the lead is higher at 32 percent with romney trailing at 19 percent. >>alisyn: can gingrich ride last to the party's nomination? and now, the founder and president of rasmussen reports. >>guest: great to be here. >>alisyn: these are significant leads.
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tell us what you found out. >>guest: this has been an "i'm not mitt romney candidate," from the beginning, first michele bachmann and then rick perry, and then herman cain and now gingrich and you look at polls romney is very steady in second place, he would be happy with second place finish in iowa but the difference between gingrich and those before is that 76 percent in iowa believe she qualified to be president, the only other candidate seen as that qualified is romney. the others running far behind. so, don't know in it will last but he has something going. >>clayton: money does not equal poll results in iowa. a 2012 hypothetical tell us what we see. >>guest: well, we have been polling on all of the candidates and romney right now trailing by six points to president obama.
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he was even with the president until very recently, as gingrich has surged, romney's numbers slipping a little bit. >>alisyn: when you pair up gingrich against president obama, the president still does well. look at this, 46 percent say they would vote for president obama, in 2012 and 40 percent say gingrich. >>guest: and gingrich is moving in the other direction he was trailing by double digits a few weeks ago. but use some caution, some for romney say they will never support gingrich and those who support gingrich who will never support romney like hillary clinton supporters said they would never support obama but they d the race will be close. and key demographic group, the white working class democrat, they voted for hillary clinton not primaries in 2008 over president obama, and they voted for the president in the 2008 general election and they voted for republicans the last time around. that could make the race in michigan and ohio and
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pennsylvania very, very interesting. >>clayton: the last poll hypothetical between gingrich and president obama, it is odd because before romney he goes up 2 points from 44 percent to 46 percent and the candidate also went from 38 percent to 40 percent, but is it something to do with their favorability ratings or their dislike? >>guest: first of all, it could be a little bit of noise if there is a difference it is probably because gingrich generates more passion on both sides. democrats are more angry and republican are more excited about him, the difference between gingrich and romney is not so much in policy matters but in terms of attitude. romney looks to be part of the club, and gingrich best then for overthrowing the democratic majority in congress back in 1994. >>alisyn: thank you so much for coming in and breaking that down. and coming up at 8:50 we will
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>>clayton: first up news, 4.7 percent is how much the s&p 500 slid yesterday contributing to the worst thanksgiving week on wall street since 1932. that is the depression. fears of the european debt crisis are to blame. next, 20 percent is how much online sales were up compared to last year. >> finally, 15.7 million tuned in to watch "2 1/2 men," the ratings skyrocketed now that ashton replaced charlie sheen who obviously is not winning. dave? >>dave: the divorce was good for rating. more and more again are now target workers who smog by charging them a health insurance surcharge but is this fair? a poll shows 59 percent say yes and 41 percent say no but in
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that same poll, 67 percent of smokers disagree and groups like the american cancer society worry that the policies are discriminatory. and now, the national coordinator for the smokers club and joey jackson, attorney. good morning to both of you. joey, is the discriminatory or a good idea? >>guest: it is a good idea and not discriminatory. from a practical and a legal perspective. legally it cannot be discriminatory because the distinction between stat us and behavior. you cannot change gender or ethnic group so you need laws to protect people. when you talk about smoking, this is something that can be changed, a behavior. laws are designed not to address the behavior aspect but the status aspect so as a result the discrimination does not apply. from a practical standpoint it makes good sense because smokers
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consume the health care. they are the ones raising health care costs and premiums, et cetera. and as a result of that, it would be very good idea, finally, also, from a perspective of modifying that behavior if you don't want the surcharge, stop smoking. it makes people, perhaps, think differently about what they want to do. >>dave: walmart agrees, saying the increase in premiums in tobacco users is directly related to the fact that tobacco, users consume 25 percent more health care services than nontobacco users. how can they not add the surcharge? >>guest: whether it is discriminatory the legal definition could be as stated but the fact is to discriminate is disserving and they are saying because this is a leading cause of health care costs being high, they have a right to discriminate, to charm more. well, the fact; obesity costs
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more than smoking. and there will always be a leading cause of preventable death. is it alcohol next in people what have a cocktail have to fight their accomplish for health insurance? will the people would need health insurance the most fine it unaffordable? we are going down a slippery slope here and frankly i blame the democrats for this because they made it the venue of the employer to supply health insurance. that literally insulates the user of health insurance from market demand. get the employer out it, give me the tax break, give me the machine you are spending on health care and keep my employer out of it. >> this has nothing to do with politics but the practical reality. >>guest: it has everything to do with it. >>guest: this is not democt or republican. look at the statistics, half a million of people a year are dying from something that is preventable. >>guest: it has everything to
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do with democrat and republican. health care would be a lot less expensive, health care would be a lot lets expensive if i purchased it myself, as i do with my car insurance, carry it with me when i change jobs or retire, and the health insurance companies and i would work to keep costs low and it would respond to market demand. because the democrats, but because the democrats, because the democrats gave the employer --. >>dave: the question is, do smokers cost more? >>guest: we agree on some things. we do agree. obese people cost more than smokers and you get rid of reventable causes you have to worry about alcohol and unsafe sex and riding a motorcycle without a helmet. >> obese people cost more and there is a surcharge that is applicable to them. smoking is something that is preventable. if you charged them it provides
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an incentive. people shot because there are sales. >>guest: and well leave it there. >>dave: thank you for the spirited debate. we imagine you folks at home have an opinion. please share it with us on twitter. thank you, both, good stuff. coming up the three american students arrested in egypt are headed home. a live report next. and make dad go digital breaking out hottest high-tech gadgets. [ slap! ]
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from sweeney's mom and she was very excited. >> they are going to finish the paperwork, he said it is like 3:00 in the afternoon, and there is a 3:00 a.m. fright, and we're going to put him on that, and he will be on that political and he will be home tomorrow at 4:50 not afternoon. i am so ecstatic. >> and joy says american university is going to go back into her son's room in cairo and pack everything up and ship it here to the state, and she says he is being deported, clearly there was in time to go back to the dorm at university in cairo. and she says her son, gates and porter only had on surgical masks to protect them from tear gas and denies they were going to hurt anyone or do anything wrong and the authorities officially accused the three of throwing fire bombs off of rooftop near tahir square but a court freed them on thursday and
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they will be back home before too long. >>alisyn: thank you for that. and now what else is happening because the family of a florida woman would went missing after appearingen "people's court," is releasing her last known voice mail message in an attempt to locate her. >> dad, it is 8:40 and call me when you have lunch or you have free time at the end of the day. talk to you love. >> she disappeared november 17 hours after "people's court" aired. we talked with her sister earlier today. >> what is going through my head i never thought i would have to think about and especially dealing with my sister. so, i don't know. i pray and hope to god that is not true. >>alisyn: her family releasing new photographs of her wearing this kloss necklace, a $50,000
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reward being offered for information leading to her safe return. >> a grizzly discover in ohio, fine the bodies of two more people, victims who were lured into a robbery screen, one was a 423-year-old whose family had not been heard from. two suspects are in police custody. >> the chevrolet volt creating the wrong kind of spark, federal safety officials are opening a formal investigation into the electric car, over concerns that battery could pose a significant fire risk. national highway safety administration says it is too soon to tell if it will lead to recalls. and a real can was trophy averted in california. firefighters were working three
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hours to rescue a kitten stuff in a plastic pipe. finally -- i got him! got him! poor guy! >> there he is. safe and sound. how moves that for a happy ending. one the officers would helped rescue the cat has adopted cat and that cat has some cajones. >> they call him little cajun. >> and now our own little cajun, maria? >> good morning, guys, we are outside with the early christmas decorations out here, so, starting to look at the decorations coming up, outside, and we will talk about the weather now and we have a strong system that is rolling through the plain states, and this system has very cold air behind
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it so you are going to notice a big temperature drop when the system moves through director area and there is snow that will mix in with the colder air across portions of the great lakes and snow. so it will be rain, too, so it will be unsettled and otherwise strong storms in the south associated with the same front, and ahead of it, very warm air, near record warmth in the northeast with a high in new york city of 65. the record is only 67. so very mild for us across the region with dry weather and cloud cover increasing because of the storm system right off to our west, and that will keep it stormy across eastern parts of texas and across arkansas and northern louisiana. so that is something we are looking at with temperatures ahead of the system, remain what and cooler and the snow on back side of the system across parts of the great lakes and a few inches are possible across northeast portions of minnesota. and across the west. looking were more quiet today. right, guys? >> thank you, what should i get
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my husband for christmas? that is the question. what do you get the man in your life? >>dave: toys. grown up toys. >>clayton: i will show you the best gadgets for dads. start with the hottest games of the year. i am already addicted, batman, the see yet to the biggest gatt man games ever. the hottest games of the year. you can be batman and pick up the thugs. "call of duty," the hottest, the first billion selling games and "modern warfare three," and that was blamed for a college football loss because the players stayed up all night playing. >> and i refer the x box with that. and incredible cases you they on the iphone and you drop it on the map and it charges the
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phone. you do not have to plug it in, with 97 wires running all over the place. they your gadgets on this. >> a husband and wife power map. how romantic. >> and a special battery backup charger that will charge thousands of device so you burn through the smartphone battery pop it in, it is small and compact and travel with it for the holidays for extra battery life. speaking of battery, look at this, it is glowing, it is charging. it will, charge your gadgets. you can put a again in here, it charges the bone while you walk. >> high gosh! >> at home you have to charge the bag. this cord is plugged into a charger and it is lit the gadgets are charged. >>dave: i highly recommend this. >> as much as he travels he would although this. a combination of two, ipad
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nano from apple with a new watch face so it is small, and it has different watch choices, so you can choose what you want and another company decided, we are going to make a watch band because people want to wear then on the wrist so the company has made a wrist watch to wear your ipad nano on the want. my son lives this and points to the want so he can see mickey on the watch. you can choose from digital faces and you have thousands of songs. >>alisyn: is it just for men? >>dave: no, not at all. just the band. a couple of different choices. >>clayton: if you want to stream your music using the new technology from apple so you have an iphone, an ipad, and ipod touch, you can stream your music to the new
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>>dave: and van der sloot will have his day in court the trial for the murder of flores set for january in peru and if convict flood is a chance he could walk after 10 years with the maximum sentence just 3 years. he is the prime suspect in the
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disappearance of natalee holloway but he never has been charged that case. >>alisyn: nasa will launch a new rocket interest outer space as part of the mission to mars, the rover will explore the red land it for signs of life. joining us to explain the importance of this launch for the next generation, is senate leland and front man for the black eyed peas, gentleman, great to see you. so, tell us how this particular mission to mars will be different from all the previous missions. >>guest: well, this time we have a rover that can go night and day and not using solar panels but a much bigger rover with the ability to different sample analysis and lasers can scan and get the samples from
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the rock and a robot arm can dig and it is a much bigger and more capable rover than the ones in the past. >>alisyn: how did a pop superstar get connected with this space mission? >>guest: this year in august i had a program called "i am first scientist rock-n-roll," and i participated up with american inventor with a program called u.s. first that teaches kids science, and technology and injury, and they compete building robots and i thought it would be great to make a tv show out of the program to inspire the youth to get involved with the education so they can have years around science, technology, engineering and mathematics. and i got a call from nasa, charlie bolton, and he put me in touch with leland and we were talking about how to keep the
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momentum going because we struck a cord in america and by tapping into this 200,0 plus community of kids who excel in this field from the age of nine to 18, we wanted to keep that momentum going so we have a concept of stimulus for stimulating youth around the sciences. and i wanted to come here. >>alisyn: so it is good to get the next generation involved with science and to become astronauts, so, mr. melvin, do you think you will find any life on mars this time? >>guest: well, that is why we are going, to find out. we need rovers and bright kids that can create and dream to build the next rover or the next rocketship that gets us there
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faster than the 8 1/2 months. >>alisyn: a way to unusual out life is to play some black eyes peas on the rover so i hope you will try that and thanks for coming in this morning and telling us about the program. best of luck. >>guest: we might be doing that. >>alisyn: good. imagine getting a jump on the christmas shopping but instead of getting a perfect president you are pepper sprayed. that is one of the violent incidents that took place yesterday. we will tell you about it. and did you know them for the rockin' ballads and more. "chicago," is here like to perform. i joined the navy when i was nineteen. i was a commissioned officer at twenty-three. i was an avionics... tactical telecommunications... squad leader. i think the hardest transition as you get further into the military is...
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>>clayton: they sold 100 million albums the first to hit the top 4 over five decades. the latest release is chicago 33, and we joined by "chicago," rock legend. we have jason and walt and lee and robert. why did you decide to do a christmas album again? >> we had such a great time with the previous album and we just felt we with lick to do a more uplifting opinion holiday album. >>clayton: rockin' to make sure we are not falling asleep on christmas. you talk about social media and some bands are a step back from social media and you are out this, all over youtube. >>guest: trying everything, youtube they are play our music video, rockin' around the
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christmas tree and our channel is "chicago the band one." how do you have longevity as a band? so many, we think of the beatles together for, what, seven years, and you think of thai high to the end in 1970 and you have been doing it for so long. do you get tired? >> we dopes we have done it for 44 straight years a way life and we will do it before we get it right. and may we never. >>clayton: what is it like to be with the guys? >> i have been here 26 years and always thank them for eninviting me in. >>clayton: do you see a generational shift? i went to a sting concert you see the older ought yen. >> last couple of areas we have played all over the world and it is the same, we see not too many of our original audience, but, their off spring and, also, i
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think that because people, young people especially now don't care when music was made they just hear the music and they want to hear the real thing. >>clayton: and you have written the classic, beginning a lot of my lifeguarding days, and doing a christmas song taking standards do you not have to worry about the writings. >> that is fun you get creative with the arrangements which we have done on this album. >> today we will play "wonderful christmastime," paul mccartney. >>clayton: how difficult is it to bring all the instruments into the studio? we have managed to fit "chicago," one of the largest bans interest our studio. >> we have pared it down. >>clayton: way to kickoff the holiday season with "chicago," thanks for being here.
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deal just in time for christmas. when will the season start? details ahead. >>clayton: and gingrich has these comments on illegal immigration. >> i don't see how the party that says it is the party of the family is beginning to adopt an immigration policy that destroys families. >>clayton: presidential candidate michele bachmann joins us with her reaction to that. and were more. "fox & friends" sure they starts rightnow. >> this is member might be coming to you from "fox & friends" and, by the way, they have my vote. >>alisyn: we see after we do the interview with her. if she is still feeling that way. >>clayton: and we did not manage to get on ballot. that is a huge mistake. >>dave: all a third party. write us in. >>clayton: welcome to "fox & friends", more on the nba lock out story which is breaking
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news. will the fans stick around now in have they left? >>dave: best news is for the venders, i am not concern about the fans, the owners and the players, but for those who make their living for the economy around it. our economy needs the nba. >>alisyn: and we have to tell you about yesterday, black friday reaching all time mayhem in different cities. crazy, crazy stuff happened. a couple of incidents at walmart including this one. a woman person sprayed her fellow shoppers to get them out of her way to get her hands. >>clayton: she is 5' 3 itch -- 3" trying to get an x box and she person sprayed the folks, 20 shoppers who got hurt and she
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got the xbox, went through the check out and left the store. >>dave: amazing that was pulled off and she left the premises. every incident this morning was at walmart. i can tell you in milford, connecticut, someones with tasered in line with a little bit of a scuffle. and the one that shocked us all is the grandfather at a walmart. >>alisyn: wait until we show you this video, and this is horrible. in phoenix, he was with his young grandson trying to get his hand on a video game and he, to get people away from the video game, he stuffed it under his shirt and witnesses say he was not trying to steal it but to get people's paws off and someone said, guards, guards, he is stealing and the guards rush over and knocked him over and they said when he fell down it sounded lake a bowling ball
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hitting the ground he hit the ground so hard and he was knocked out. we are blurring his face because blood was coming from his nose and he was unconscious for ten minutes. this the kind of violence. >>dave: but no one is exercising restraint, the officers or shoppers or security guards, a bad situation. a perform storm. >>clayton: and urban outfitters had craziness to get deal discounts at 3:00 a.m. to get hipster jeans or shag rugs. >> a stampede. and similarly, at hollister in soho in new york city, people thought it would open add midnight. they were wrong and they were so angry, by 1:15 they pushed their
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way through the doors, and surprising the people who were stocking the shelves and they were not equipped. so something is terribly wrong. the fact that we are at this point that black friday reaches this level where people are willing to punch people, knock each other, and person spray each other. >>dave: how big a profit maker is this giving such great sales, i'm curious how were of a bounce it is? i would love to hear the bottom line, but more incidents at walmart, a wafflemaker sell. great deal $2 wafflemaker for sale. >>alisyn: over a wafflemaker. >>dave: chaos. and another mention of walmart in california, a man was shot in the parking lot when he refused to give up his purchases. that store my is to rething their strategy.
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this nation's crackpots. >>clayton: if you have stuff from year, video or any photos, you shot while shopping on black friday e-mail us. >>dave: small business saturday help out the small businesses. >>alisyn: meanwhile, the headlines. a fox news alert, three americans students arrested in egypt are reportedly on their way home at this hour, boarding these separate flights. the three were arrested for throwing fire bombs at police during anti-government protests in tahir square. days later an egyptian judge ordered their release and they are set to be home later today. >> now another fox news alert, dave? >>dave: an early christmas gift, the nba lockdown may be over. perhaps thanksgiving gave the players who average $5 million a
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year, some perspective or maybe it was the reality of losing big money games on christmas day. either way, the nba commissioner says a tentative agreement has been reached. >>guest: still alive, shall we say, other issues to be finished because we have the birthdayest -- broad of the outline but we are optimistic it will be full blend agreements. >>dave: the thanksgiving table owners say the average team is worth $370 million and employers said we average $5 million a year, let's be thankful for what we have and play basketball. they think it will be a 66-game season starting christmas day with a rematch unless the schedule is mixed up, a rematch of the finals, miami against dallas, and training catches open december 9th. good news for the local economies and the vendors.
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they need this. >>alisyn: nato is investigating a deadly overnight helicopter attack on the borders of afghanistan and pakistan. 25 pakistani soldiers were killed at the check point. in response, pakistani closed the border crossing blocking nato supplies from entering afghanistan. the incident is expected to further complicate relations between pakistan and the united states. occupy protesters if los angeles being told to get out, the city giving them until 12:00 on monday morning to clear the tents off the lawn. the protests have not yet spended to the mayor's notice. occupy philadelphia protesters are also being told to eleven and the mayor is giving them 48 hours to manufacture their encampment from city hall to a plaza across the street and they in longer can erect tents or camp overnight.
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>>clayton: and now the weather. >> we have quiet weather across the east again today and very mild temperatures in the northeast. we could be looking at record warpth with 65 as a high in new york city. our record 67. so very close to that with record highs. and westbound, we have a strong system moving through the plains from minnesota down into texas bringing in batches of heavy rain across the lanes and snow on the back side of it where the cold air is switching the rain over to snow so we could see a few inches of snow across northeast minnesota and possibly up to 5 or 6". and heavy rain in eastern oklahoma and texas and east of dallas. that is beneficial rain. we need to see the rain. but watch out because this afternoon you could be look at stronger storms in the south. travel troubles are expected this afternoon, on saturday, with delays possible from the gulf coast and the great lakes with rain and thunderstorms
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expecting in the mississippi valley and as the system continues headed eastbound people headed home from the holiday break, sunday, back to work for monday, we could have delays, as well, in the southeast up into the ohio valley with the heaviest downpour expected from the southeast into kentucky and, guys with the colder air behind the system we could see the rain switch over to snow as far south as tennessee. >>alisyn: wow. >>dave: bring it on. >>clayton: still ahead, time off for good eating behavior? i had to read that three times. this man released early for dieting. is that fair? we report, you decide. >>dave: congressman cashing in on the stock market with insider information.
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>>dave: now a story we have been telling you about, members of congress have been getting rich to make very sweet stock trades with nonpublic information. the man would broke the story recently joined us on "fox & friends". >> we would not toll rate for a second betting by an athlete on a game. no one would want michael jordan voting for or against the bulls when he plays pore them but that is going on. you have congress men or powerful individuals like buffett who are placing bets on a game where they determine the outcome. >>alisyn: in the week since
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"60 minutes," did the story, 83 members have cosponsored a bill banning the practice. and now, economist a business professor at the university of maryland. so, peter, incredibly coincidental timing now that "60 minutes," has revealed what was going on and that lawmakers were able to get all these deals and now some say maybe we should stop it. >>peter: it is already again the rules but this is a mass display of hypocrisy, the problem is the congress will not let it be subject to law enforcement investigations by the securities and exchange commission that private executives are subject to, and as a correspondence they trade on insider information and they steal from stockholders and it is blatant as some of the things that went on before to the financial crisis. a national shame. >>dave: so we have the consponsors of the legislation to tell you about.
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including west, and democrat from pennsylvania, and charles and you can read them, boswell, and bass, how was this ever legal? this is legal insider trading. >>peter: it is against congressional rules. and there are also laws but trading on legislative information is a little bit different than trading on corporate information. there is vagueness in the law. but these gays know it is wrong. they absolutely know it is wrong but with the anti-wall street sentiment it is a liability so we are sponsoring new rules that will not be enforced. >>dave: and both sides including boehner and nancy pelosi. >>peter: are you surprised nancy pelosi has her hands in this? >>alisyn: but if this is a bipartisan infraction, everybody takes advantage of information they get because of their position and they then cash in
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on it. >>guest: it is like college football, the colleges don't have enough money to we corrupt our sells to raise money and in congress well, we don't get paid enough $175,000 a year so we are entitled to more so we get speaking fees and we can do insider trading. this is cynical behavior. >>dave: weigh in on what is happening, no one giving thanks for the week, devastating on wall street, do you expect to recover quickly on monday or will we stay down? >>guest: we could recover because we have dipped so low but this is strong reason to be concerned. the bond market is dried up in europe. not only cannot the governments access the bond market but neither can the banks and healthy corporations that are cash rich. in japan, money is flowing because the japanese economy is contracting. in china the problem with dodgy book keep asking state owned
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banks that is underwater loans that compete capital. as weak as we look we could be the last healthy place left. so, there is real concern that the financial markets are going to meltdown the way they did in 2008. >>alisyn: and yesterday, consumers' spending is row but the. will that help? >>peter: not much. we always expect a good black friday and it may give us a healthy monday in the stock market, but look for financial stocks to continue to be hammered. now we get news that a.i.g., our old friend of irresponsibility is bet on europe government bonds. so we have problems going here and i don't look for the stock to be particularly robust until the obama administration does something serious beside proposing to tax millionaires to turn this economy around. >>dave: and the failed at&t emergencier will not help. peter is from the university of
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>>dave: quick headlines, holiday shoppers today is small business saturday. american express created the nation-wide movement if an effort to keep local economies
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strong. customers who participate get a $25 credit if they spend $25 or more on their american express credit card. starting to look a lot like christmas at the white house, the first lady presented with the official white house christmas tree year. it is a beautiful 19' fur grown in wisconsin and will spend the holiday season standing tall in the white house blue room. gives? >> thank you. we have taken it but a study says taking just a little too much tylenol could be deadly. >>alisyn: a staggered overdose where you use it repeatedly in a week is likely to be more fatal than a single massive overdose so here to explain is an internist. doctor, thank you for being here. everyone has this in their medicine cabinet. everyone takes tylenol. what do they mean "staggered dose," over the week being more
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deadly. >>guest: in general we don't know that just taking tylenol for pain, for fever, before you work out, toothache, you did not realize it accumulates and the story from england was amazing because it shows the doctors are not attune, the blood tests don't show it but it is killing the liver. >> three or four grams but tizen grams can lead to liver damage. how much is that pill-wise? >>guest: floor our -- three or four pills, increased to five. so we take a pill, then two pills, then three pills and we think it is safe because it is over-the-counter but it is not. it is actually more damaging because as you said, the staggered dose meaning
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increasing doses slowly destroys your liver. >>alisyn: if you, if the bottle says to take two pills, just take two pills. you say, what can it hurt to take an extra one and over the course of the week you have damaged your liver. >>guest: not even the course of the week this study looked as those coming from the hospital and more died from liver failure than people who o.d.'s specifically wanting to. we are so quick to take medication including tylenol and we do think it will do anything but it is also in a lost painkillers given by prescription so when you combine them it becomes bigger. >>clayton: with 100 different types of checks, no wonder it is damaging. and there are other concerns.
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>>guest: yes, information says that ibpuprofen causes ulcers and liver damage but this is the thing. ibuprofen, we don't know, advil, and aleeve, they are saw the same thing. they are not different drugs. it is over-the-counter, we think it is okay so you take one of the other ones and, in fact, you are adding accumulation, and do not think because it is over at tc it is safe. >> i might take four different ibuprofen. >>guest: don't do that. it is not safe. it kills your liver. >>alisyn: doctor, thank you for coming in and explaining it
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>>clayton: and the shot of the morning. this is a hero rescue dog from iraq. some believe the light reminds they of a vertical halo, and hero was fond by a soldier back in 2007 hours later, he was killed by an l.e.d. and the mother admitted thinking the light was a sign from her late son when she snapped the photo. >> miraculous. >> amazing. >> beautiful photo. >> and now your headlines. and what news has happened while you have been sleeping. a georgia couple is under arrest this morning after allegedly locking a three-year-old boy inside a bedroom, their son.
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the couple nailed the door shut so her son could not get out. they say the boy was deprived of food and surrounded by filth. she is pregnant, by the way. horrible. the only suspect in the disappearance of robin good neither -- robyn gardner will be freed on tuesday. he spent four months instead on the island, while the investigation continued over the death of the 35-year-old woman, or her disappearance, the pregnant has until tuesday to appeal the release. a possible warning for volt owners, officials are opening a formal investigation over concerns that the battery could pose a significant fire risk. the national highway traffic safety administration says it is too soon to tell if this will heed to any recall. >> 345 pound man jailed for
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driving on a suspended life is freed early for going on a diet, dropping 25 pounds in 20 days or bland prison food and the judges "lose a pound gain a day weight loss challenge," and he is famous for unusual self improvement deals and ordered defendants to take a dance class, tutor math, and write christmas cards. unusual. he is try something new. >>dave: and listen to what happened at a safe way where a four-year-old girl was shopping with her dad and like a lost kids she grabbed something and start eating it, a package of dry fruit. the execute guard was not about to let this four-year-old get away with this and arrested her and made her sign a form saying she would never, ever, come back into a safeway store again, and she cannot read or write,
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because he is four. so she scribbled on the form, and i don't know if that signature will hold up in a court but the safe way released statement saying this, "we share the parentses dense of disbelief this occurred in our store and neither our policy or common sense seems to have been followed and we are investigating this thoroughly." >>alisyn: this is absurd. as everyone can agree. this is clearly a security guard who is finally, i will we show my worth at this store and pulls the four-year-old into the back room to give her this tongue lashing and make her sign this and the four-year-old's mother was incredulous. listen. >> she grabbed the bag, and ate a couple and put it back and the security guard watched her and proceeded to hell him your daughter is banned from the store and we will press charges and she needs it sign this form
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stating she understands that she cannot come into any safe way. it is troubling. it is not like she even knows what she was doing. clarify clay -- >>clayton: safe way said this flies in the face of common sense. >>dave: they fired this guy and got right on so credit goes to safeway for handling it well. >>alisyn: gingrich facing harsh criticism for these comments on immigration. >> i don't see how the party that says they are party of the family, is going to adopt an immigration policy which destroys families that have been here 25 years. >>alisyn: michele bachmann calling this the most liberal in the g.o.p. race and we will ask her about that when she joins us straight ahead. >>dave: home depot has great deals on gifts for everyone on the shopping lift and we step
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the movie causing seizures. doctors say the flash of red, black and white lights during the birthing scene can cause epilepsy. there have been two reported cases. and another reason for me not to have "twilight." >>alisyn: as you though needed more. if you skipped black friday craziness, that does not noon you missed the deal. and mime from home depot is here to tell us about the great gifts at hope depot. >> great mines think a like that is what i was going to say. >>alisyn: you have your favorite gifts from home depot and i see power tools. >>guest: the great thing about this, they are at a great price. but we will start with the 18 volt drill driver kit. it is really compact. but still very powerful. >>alisyn: exactly what i
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wanted. do i need recollective eyewear? >>guest: you do not. we will not drill anything. the cool thing is if you are shopping for someone that has a lot of tools and you are trying to round out the collection this is great because it is power will but compact, too, and not intimidating if you buy for someone who is a first time homeowner the drill is the most common tool so this is great. >>alisyn: i like it. >>guest: a couple of batteries and the charging kit, this sold out online yesterday. but it is probably still available in a lost the stores but we have so many great kits, you can probably get something else similar if you cannot find this. this is $99. >>alisyn: what is this? >>guest: this is just from
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dewalt, 42-piece assortment of different bits. if youship for someone that does a lot, this is a great safe bet if someone does a lot of projects around the house. this is fantastic, a tool kit like a suitcase, you see in the airport, and you can use this to travel with all kinds of wheels and handle that telescopes with 600 ... a special material that refers to the count thread, so they are spun and twisted 600 times per inch so you see how dense and strong the fabric is. >>alisyn: the crowd likes it. >>guest: and we saw one go by the sidewalk. tons stuff and water resistant. >>alisyn: for the girlly of --
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girlie of us, what other things do you have? decorations? >>guest: we have all that stuff, all kinds of ornaments and lights and the stuff on the trees available at home depot, and i wanted to talk about this. it is great because of the way it is made, it is light and compact, and it is electric and not plugged in, but you get this tool on the top, and that comes off and you attach all the tools that come with it, and it is perfect for cutting into drywall or, if you are working on a base board and you need to cut out a space it is perfect, and a lot of the projects, sanding which i know you are a huge fan of. >>alisyn: of my nails. >>guest: you get the other toolheads and they attach. this is a right angle drill and right now if you buy this you
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choose one for free and all kinds different attachments. >>alisyn: that is great. a great deal. >>guest: live trees, artificial trees, the inflatables are popular, everything to make christmas special at home depot. >>alisyn: great to see you. thanks for your help. i appreciate it. coming up, if you are a smoker, should you have to shell out more for health insurance benefits? some smokers say that is skim face. we report. you decide. [ male announcer ] whether over a cup of maxwell house,
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends" on this saturday morning, voters are not happy with the way either party is look right now and this could be the perfect storm right now for a third party candidate. people say this all the time, 30 parties have never been successful in an election in american history. but there has been history to show this actually could be the perfect year or upcoming election for it to happen. >>dave: we hear the dissatisfaction on both sides.
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when perot made a run, 39 percent of the public were read for a third party the now, that number is 81 percent dissatisfied with the government. >>alisyn: so the time is ripe if there ever was an opportunity. with that dissatisfaction, the time is ripe. is it too late for a third party candidate to jump in? former mayor new york talked about bloomberg, flirting with a run and decided not to and he believes there is a major chance and i would like to see him pursue it. he offers independence and money to finance a campaign and to be president. he sure has that, he is a billionaire, and he could finance his campaign and jump in. now. >>clayton: no one has managed to do this even roosevelt would was president and ran after he was president on the bull moose ticket and still lost. he was president. he couldn't pull it off.
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perot could not pull it off. >>dave: bloomberg stumbled and not going very smoothly. he had a position but it has not gone well the last couple of months and he has re-positioned himself the last more on two, very antiwashington, upset with washington, which made some people scrap their head but he rules it outing i think. >>clayton: we will talk to congresswoman michele bachmann but there are other candidates, ron paul has been doing well in the polls, and he was asked by hannity what he would actually run as a third party and he said no, that doesn't look like it but it is --. >>alisyn: he has as we know, fervent fans, and we get all the mails, the straw polls he wins, why wouldn't he did a third party? >>dave: he would not win in washington, he would defeat the we republicans and seal the victory of rebound and the republicans would crucify him and kill him in washington.
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that is a convincing argument. he is running as a republican and still not g.o.p. primaries and would not shoot himself in the foot yet but republicans would be fearful. they would be shaking this their boots if there were a third party candidate if ron paul gets into the race, think of what that does to the votes. many believe that led to the demise of george h.w. been by ross perot and bill clinton did not have a landslide victory so people are looking to history. it will be interesting. >>dave: do you think the time is ripe for a third-party candidate and would anyone have a chance? we are on twitter, please follow us and let us know. >>alisyn: another hot topic was immigration and the latest republican front runner, gingrich, took a last heat from conservatives over his recent comments on illegal immigration and what to do with the illegal imgrands who are here so we will
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listen to that. >> the party that says it is the party of the family, how can they adopt an immigration policy that destroys families that have been three a quarter of a sensory and -- quarter of a ceny so i am willing to take the heat by fining a way to create legality so they are not separated from their families. >>clayton: he is trying to clarify that saying recently to fox "i am for deporting all recent unattached illegals and for a local citizen panel to consider certification of those here 25 years and have family and community here." >>dave: weighing in on this is republican presidential candidate, michele bachmann. , pleasure to -- pleasure to be here. >>dave: you have new information on his past
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immigration stand? >>guest: there is a letter the speaker where and signed, and it was actually published in the "wall street journal" along with other signatories that said that he was part of being for legalizing those who are here illegally. there is nothing about it if you are here 25 years or not, if you are here in support of president bush's amnesty policy and he was on board with that amnesty policy which many americans opposed and they melted down the phone lines in washington, dc, with their representatives. that is why president obama could not get amnesty through the congress because the american people opposed it, but gingrich is on a letter saying he was for it, even as recently as less than a year ago before the meeting of the latinos in the united states, he came out with the same policy that again said he stands for amnesty for illegal aliens. this isn't for people who have been here for 25 years, this is a path of amnesty for people who
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are here in the united states. >>alisyn: what the speaker clarified as i understand it, he is saying this is not a path toward citizenship. but it is a path toward legality, people would have been here for decade whose have paid taxes, who are law-abiding citizens, make them legal because face it, we have some say 11 or 12 million people who are considered illegal imgrants here and what would you do with those people that he is describing with the people who have paid taxes and are law abiding, what would you do with them? >>guest: well, first we need to go back and clarify what your comment was. the speaker, if that is so, if he is only talking about people who have been here for 25 years, that would be completely different than the letter that he published in the "wall street journal" with no clarification of people being here 25 years which is different than the statement he made less than a year ago that he believes that people should have the pathway
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to citizenship. again, this is a magnet to bring more people in to the united states. and now, the citizen panels across the united states, would the citizen panels then be a quasijudicial group? >>clayton: that is the basis of the citizens. you are getting criticism because of your september debate comment where it sounds very similar to gingrich's comments the other side. here is that comment. we will play it and have you respond to it. >> what do you do with 11.5 million here without documents and with -- >>guest: that is right. it depends upon where they live, how long they have been here they have a criminal record, all of those things have to be taken into play. >>clayton: all the variables it sounds like gingrich's stand the other night, where is the daylight here?
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>>guest: absolutely not. there is no commonness in the comments at all, because i am the only candidate in the race that has signed a pledge that says that i will build the fence in the first year i'm in office. no other candidate has signed that pledge. i have never been out there saying --. >>alisyn: what did you mean by that? >>guest: i have never been out there saying anything but that i believe the laws should be enforced on the books. they are talking about who should be deported first tax is my understanding and the first deportations should be felons. those are the first to be deported. >>dave: you want to deport all 11 million? >>guest: what we are talking about is gingrich's commends and
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the citizen panels if we are applying the law of the land to the citizenship panels people would need to be departed because that is the law of the land and i have said consistently that we have to enforce the laws on the book. you will never find me saying anything else, different from speaker gingrich saying in the "wall street journal" that he would not limit this to people 25 years, anyone who is here, he would make legal, that 11 million to 12 million people overnight. >>clayton: your new book is "core of conviction," talking to folks coming to the book signings. what has been the response to your book? >>guest: it has been wonderful. we actually were in the town where i was born yesterday, waterloo, iowa, my mother and my step dad were with me in mason city where she was born, where my core of conviction came from, the roots that i have here, in the state of iowa and in minnesota so we are going to all
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>> good morning everyone, it's saturday, november 26th, i'm allege sin camerota. a black friday frenzy. coor busters kroot the country, people pepper sprayed, a grandfather knocked unconscience, one arizona lawmaker is stepping in to stop illegal immigration and one donation the at a time and we'll hear from state snort steve smith, rocking out with chicago, the legendary band, performing live on our show this morning, we've got a new christmas album out. it's fantastic.
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the guys are here. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ ♪ everywhere i go, always on my mind, in my heart, in my soul, baby ♪ ♪ you're the meaning in my life, you're the inspiration ♪ >> sing it, dave. >> dave: that's my favorite chicago song. >> clayton: in the commercial breaks we've been singing and allowing ali with our terrible singing. >> alisyn: you're both singening my ear the same time, chicago stereo, it's hard to focus. >> dave: she's been trying to walk away. >> alisyn: nicely done. >> clayton: like a saturday in the park. >> alisyn: chicago is going to play for all of you. >> clayton:en yesterday calm some nerves with the black friday shopping, maybe if they heard from chicago they
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wouldn't have rushed people and knocked people over like in the the urban outfitters, one example, 3 in the morning. >> alisyn: unreal. >> clayton: the gate goes up in the middle of the the night and people flooded inside like a stampede. >> alisyn: what were people thinking, what went on, people go craze for friday, but yesterday there were so many reports all across the country of violence. this is a stampede, there was a, there's a place hollister down in soho in new york city, a hip clothing storr, they were all packed outside, they heard the doors were going to open the at midnight and didn't. so what they did instead. they burst through the doors and knocked he ever people, and started stealing things, before security guards knew what was happening, or salespeople. >> dave: the spirit of christmas. most of these took place in various wal-marts from coast to coast down south and out in california. the biggest, a young woman
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shopper spraying fellow customers with pepper spray. 20 people reported various minor injuries. she was trying to get a hold of xbox on sale at wal-mart and managed to hold onto it, and go to the register and pay for it and get in her car and drive away after pepper spraying everyone. police in california do know the young latino woman responsible. i'm not being sexist, but the research shows most of the black friday shoppers are women. what is it. >> alisyn: we love a bargain. >> dave: yeah. >> clayton: bargain. >> dave: most-- men along for the the ride or at home. >> alisyn: this is our sport, shopping sour sport and love a bargain, but i would never leave my cozy couch after my huge meal recovering, and in the snuggy you gave me for christmas to go outside in the cold. i don't understand this lev of frenzy, it makes no sense. >> clayton: if you do, bring
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your taser, that's what happened to a lot of individuals. somebody tasered outside of wal-mart in connecticut and most egregiously, a grandfather trying to ep had his grandson trampled by wal-mart shoppers, protecting his grandson and trying to the get a game and tugging at it. he put it under his shirt so the people wouldn't see it and go for it and grab it. according to witnesses he wasn't trying to steal it, someone yelled out look, he's shoplifting and grabbed him and threw him on the floor and bloody there underneath that blurred out area and can't show and passed out ten minutes. >> it gets worse. >> he was then thrown in the maricopa county jail even though his family and witnesses say he wasn't trying to shop lift he was injured. security guards have been ginned up, the shoppers ginned up. and everybody involved. and this, we're going overboard. i understand a deal, you can get things half price, all of
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that, but something has got to stop when it gets to this fever pitch with black friday. and including, and next, this is over a waffle maker, a $2 waffle maker and one woman is about to lose her pants, keep it eye out for that. >> dave: this is again at a wal-mart in little rock, arkansas, clearly absolute mayhem and yes, there is a crack problem here at this (bleep) >> hello, hello. >> and not to make light of it. >> ali did pick up on that. >> how do i avoid it. obviously, shoppers are out of hand and need to settle down and layoff the caffeine, but those stores and specifically this wal-mart have a responsibility to try and curb this craziness? >> yes. >> you can't get your mind on-- >> i can't turn my eyes away, i wish i could, we would love to hear your suggestions and some people have been sending you tweets. let's go to brunch, instead of
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shopping on-- >> spread the deals out throughout the weekend. >> out, anything. >> do online what i do, all of your shopping on line. i was just saying, i'm not kidding you two days ago on thanksgiving and my mom was visiting an an article about anthony weiner and stepped down after sexting somebody or many people and i was like, we haven't seen anthony weiner is lately, sure enough he was out on black friday, somebody snapped a photo of him and he has a new stash. >> sort of. >> dave: i guess he's thinking of the november movement which we talked a lot about here on the show, they're sporting, the various cancer charities, but i don't know that it's fully grown just yet, but the congressman not hiding out well enough. >> clayton: what do you call that, it's not fully grown, it's kind of like, like a biker mustache. >> dave: i could attest it's difficult to grow a stan stache.
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>> clayton: and dave showed the photo and we can't show it, sensors would probably stop it. >> alisyn: tune into the after the show show. >> clayton: dave grew an stache and it's horrible, one side is too high than the other. >> dave: the sec might fine us. >> alisyn: after the show show. let's get your headlines, we have a fox news alert. dave tell us what happened in basketball news. >> dave: finally great news for basketball fans, after 149 days the lockout appears to be over. while you were sleeping, the owners and players reached a tentative believe, we believe it's around the 50-50 split and i think you can expect players can claim around 51% of profits and commissioner david stern says rescheduled 66 game season will continue christmas day with a triple header we hope scheduled rematch between miami and dallas is still on. but great news for local
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economies, and sports fans this morning. >> alisyn: and this developing story to tell you about, pakistan now accusing n.a.t.o. helicopters of firing on two army check points in the country. and killing at least 25 soldiers. in response, the border crossing blocking n.a.t.o. supplies from entering afghanistan and the incident is expect today further complicate relations between pakistan and the united states. after more than two months, it looks like occupied protesters have worn out their welcome in los angeles giving them until 1201 monday morning to clear their pets off the lawn of city hall. protesters have not yet responded to the mayor's eviction notice. occupy philadelphia protesters are also told police, giving them 48 hours to move their encampment to city hall to a plaza across the street and they can't camp out overnight. >> alisyn: you're looking live
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at cape canaveral, florida. 2.5 billion dollars laboratory is on the unmanned rocket and ready to launch in a few hours from now. nuclear powered be laboratory nicknamed curiosity and it's perfect to figure out whether life can be sustained on mars. of course, it does to get to the red planet first and the 354 million mile trip is expected to take eight and a half months. that's cool stuff. they're going to see if there's life on mars. >> dave: is there, clayton? >> i can't reveal yet. i've got inside information on that. maria molina is in the weather center and she's down with that, she knows. >> yeah, let's look at the weather quickly across the nation nthe northeast expecting a beautiful day out there with a lot of sunshine, and dry weather and very mild temperatures, some of these highs today of course are actually here our record highs, new york city we're expecting a high at 64 degrees, record is 67. so very close to that and
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across the southeast, if you're further off to the east you should be fine today. sunshine for most of the sunshine state, however, a storm system on the way and this is going to be relatively slow mover stormy weather across texas and louisiana and arkansas and the mississippi valley into the great lakes and we could also see some snow on the back side of the system where some of that colder air moves in and 37 should be your high in fargo. and accumulating snowfall across northeastern minnesota, jnl speaking about one to five inches of snow out there. otherwise, across the southwest and much wider weather and temperatures looking good. and meanwhile, seattle remaining unsettled again today with a new system that's impacting that area and this storm will continue to head eastbound, potentially delays in the great lakes to the gulf coast today. back to you. >> alisyn: maria, thank you very much. >> clayton: here is an idea. are you angry with your husband. >> alisyn: usually. >> clayton: probably.
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here is idea, put him up for sale on craig's list. >> alisyn: that's a great idea. >> clayton: that's what one fed up wife did. she's going to share her story. >> dave: i'm not sure i'd sell quite frankly. illegal immigration, taking it in their own hands. lawmakers in arizona asking your help to build the border fence, the men who came up with the concept. >> alisyn: and smokers pay higher health insurance rates or is that discrimination. we report you decide on that provocative top u.k. topic ♪ i'm a country boy ♪ d on a budget. like a ramen noodle- every-night budget. she thought allstate car insurance was out of her reach. until she heard about the value plan. shop less. get more. make one call to an allstate agent.
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>> welcome back everybody. state mau laborikborinkborinkla- state lawmakers are taking the
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law into their hands using the internet and asking for your help. collecting donations from the public to put a fence right along every inch of the mexican border. >> alisyn: to this point they've been able to raise 255,000 dollars and the the person leading the charg in this effort is arizona state senator steve smith. he joins us now. good morning, mr. smith. >> well, good morning, dave and ali. i like to start off, if i may, unlike president obama who failed to mention god during the the thanksgiving proclamation, i would like to say i thank my lord and savior jesus christ for another day of freedom in another day of freedom in the history of the world. >> alisyn: that's a nice sentiment and blessing. let's talk dollars and cents. you've raised $255,000 from the people of arizona, that's great to aid your effort to build the wall. but, you need 34 million dollars, you say, just for supplies. it doesn't seem like you're going to be able to get there. >> well, first, let me
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slightly correct you, we've raised the money from actually, people at home, 50 states across the the country. and the first day the the site went live. we received from folks in all 50 states. here is what i tell everybody is, don't listen to the federal government, you know, the gao or what they say it costs to build a fence they'll put the number at 3 or 4 million dollars a mile. the fact of the matter is i've got fence manufacturers lining up to either donate material, free of charge, mind you, to this project and others willing to give it at cost and most recent numbers we can build it at ten times less than what it would cost the federal government to build it. and i call this extreme homemaker, border edition, because we had-- >> less than the 34 million we just quoted? >> no, you know, again, it's ten times less than 4 million. i don't know where you got the 34 million from. >> alisyn: that's what we thought, we thought your
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estimate was that it would cost 34 million. how much do you think you need to build this. >> you know, we have some estimates out there, again, first, we have donations for certain, for a few miles, going to cost us nothing, mind you, but the other numbers that came in at $426,000 a mile. now, when you factor in that we're going to use inmate labor to help construct this, when you factor in that we've got construction companies here willing to donate their time, efforts and energy to put this in the ground, again, the numbers are going to come in drastically less than what the gao said is it should. >> dave: and got to mention the website. people want to not website, get it out there. >> www.buildtheborderfence.com and we have a sister website billed america's fence. but we'll talk about that later. billed the border fence.com. we can do it a lot, lolt, lot cheaper and make those dollars
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stretch as far as possible. >> alisyn: senator steve smith. thank you for coming in and explaining what you're doing. >> dave: billed the border fence.com. fed up wife who did just that on craig's list and ali wants to know how much you'd pay for clayton and i. >> alisyn: they're seated next to each other. are they still together or has he sold? we have legendary rock band chicago, talking about the new christmas cd and they'll be singing for us live this morning. ♪
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guitar-- here are top stories on our website for your health. a warning now for women who take aspirin, a new study shows the drug might do more harm than good. especially in women who don't actually need it. researchers say aspirin should only be taken by women who have history of heart attack or stroke. break out the booze, moderate drinking can reduce the type ii diabetes in women off setting the effects carbohydrates. that's good news. >> i just tweeted from our ff weekend tweeting account. what songs do chicago play. we'll strong arm them into it. and a wife in utah got so tired of her husk glued to his video games that she decided she'd offer him up to the highest bidder on craigslist. in the ad, she wrights i'm selling my 22-year-old husband, enjoys eating and playing video games all day
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and he's easy to maintain be, feed and water three to five hours, did anyone take them up on it. welcome. >> good morning. >> why did you decide to do this? >> well, he was playing a lot of video games and i didn't see him vch and so i threatened him, i am he going to sell you on craigslist and so i did. >> and let's be clear, the game, you might need to back off a little bit and it's important, call of duty modern warfare 3 and very important to guys like kyle and myself. come on, 48 hours straight. did you sleep in between apparently when you first got the game. >> you know, i didn't, but hey, it's modern warfare just like the black friday shoppers waited until midnight, and i waited for my game. >> what did you think when your wife put up an ad on
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craigslist for sale? >> i thought it's something my wife would do, i didn't think she'd quite do it and we talked about it. >> clayton: what kind of a response did you get. >> oh, at first, there were a lot of people that were kind of concerned with it. like saying, ex0, well, maybe, are you having marital problems and stuff and now everyone understands that it was a joke and i've got den a lot of e-mails from women i'll trade you husbands (laughter) or they are he'-- yes. >> clayton: did you get any high bidders, did anyone actually take you up on it. this guy, he plays video games all day long? it's easy, and slap some food in front of him on the couch. ab some say i've got to get this guy. >> he comes with the xbox, video contollers and game. you have to have a large space for gaming and a fast internet. so, i have to approve of the
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home, so-- >> and got a $500 bid. >> i think the highest is 526 icht that's a pretty good bid. kyle, were you surprised by any of the negative response you received like come on, man, you're not being a good husband here. >> oh, yeah, i've gotten so many negative response and some completely serious, got like hate letters and threats saying i'm going to lose my wife and people don't see it's a joke. >> yeah. >> clayton: and at the end of the day, kyle, think of the silver lining, you lose your wife you've still got your xbox. >> oh-- i don't know about that. >> clayton: that being said, that'd probably be taken away from you i'm sure. thanks for joining us this morning, at the end of the day, it's a joke, don't people out there-- >> it is. >> clayton: thanks for joining us this morning. >> we appreciate it. >> clayton: hopefully you'll ease off the xbox playing just a tad. >> i have (laughter) >> thank you >> ali, would you get rid of
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me. >> alisyn: try. i put you up on my twitter ali at fox how much people would pay for you and you. >> dave: how much shoo. >> alisyn: they haven't got back to me yet. not yet. >> dave: he no bids. >> clayton: they want us to reverse the charges. >> alisyn: you may that. >> dave: wow, how much. >> alisyn: we'll see ali@fox, send in your bids now. the the lines are open. >> and pepper spray and people getting shot. another black friday frenzy this year. what makes shoppers turn so violent over shopping? we're going to ask. >> if you're a smoker should you have to sell out more for health insurance? what do you think? we're sharing your tweets next. ♪
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morning. and fox's peter doocy is live from washington d.c. with details of release and return to the u.s. peter, what's the latest? >> alisyn those three american students all left egypt according to an official at the airport and attorney for one of the young men told the ap i'm pleased and thankful to report that gregory porter is in the air departed egyptian air space on the way home. before sweeney left the middle east we heard from his mother who said he was basically deported. >> they're going to finish the paper work, he said it's like three o'clock in the afternoon, there's a 3 a.m. flight na we're going to put them on and he will be on that flight and he will be home tomorrow at about 4:50 in the afternoon. i'm so ecstatic. >> and this is sweeney also denies that her son and american friends were throwing fire bombs off the roof of
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that university building near tahrir squares. he says they were noticed by cops pause they were wearing surgical masks. she says it's to protect them from tear gas. she's going back into the room where her son was staying there and ship it back to the united states. and she also says, she didn't want to celebrate thanksgiving while her son's status was in flux and now that he's on his way home, she's planning on having a big dinner. alisyn. >> wow, it's good news for everybody, thanks so much, peter. let's get to the rest of your headlines now, the family of a florida woman went missing after appearing on people's court. releasing her last known voice mail. >> it's 8:40, your show on wednesday morning and have lunch or-- the end of your day, i love you, i'll talk to you soon, bye. >> michelle barker disappeared
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hours after the episode aired. earlier on "fox & friends" we spoke with her sister. >> the things going through my head i never thought i'd have to think about, especially dealing with my sister. i just, i don't know. and i hope and pray to god that's not something that's true. >> parker's family releasing new photos of the show wearing this cross necklace, there's a $50,000 reward leading to information to her safe return. joran van der sloot will soon have his day in court set for january he 6th in peru. even if convicted there's a chance he could walk free after just ten years and maximum sentence is 30 years, he could get good time for good behavior. of course, van der sloot is also the prime suspect in the disappearance of american teenager natalee holloway though he's never been
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formally charged. a trip to the movie theater endening a trip to the hospital for twilight fans, reportedly causing seizures. flashes of red, black and white during breaking dawn intense birthing scene could cause photo intensive ep lep circumstances t -- epilepsy. those are your headlines. >> two reasons why not to see the move. and taking the muppets out of the top spot. >> dave: and it's not just the girls it's their moms. and sports news alert. the nba lockout finally over after 149 days and perhaps it was the thanksgiving table not necessarily the bargaining table that got these guys to sign an agreement. what we're looking at is a 66 game season beginning on christmas day and why christmas was such a big issue, they make a ton of
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money off the games on that day and they are some block blogs. we hope the deal is miami and dallas, a rematch. here is commissioner david stern. >> they're still a lot of, shall we say, other additions to be finished because we have the outline, but where i think both sides are optimistic that this will deal to full-blown agreements. >> dave: basically boiled down to the profits, stuck around 50-50 number and sounds like that's where they agreed. expect the players to climb 51-49 split of the profits and training camp december 9th. great news for local economies for all the vendors across the country. college number one lsu and number three arkansas. everyone is talking about the confusion that could come if there's a tie breaker, lsu says forget about all of this. they trailed arkansas 14-zip after a fumble ended up in the
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hands of alonzo, and could arkansas be headed towards a blowout. who knows. up 14-zip. pretty much all lsu from there. you know what tyron mathews nickname is. >> clayton: honey badger. >> dave: the honey badger. and he gets what he wants, he don't care, and takes that one 92 yards to the house on a punt return. s' incredible, the defensive back down at lsu and jefferson throwing for a touchdown and running for a long t.d. there. and all lsu. after that 14 hidden point lead it was 41-3. they will remain number one in the bcs. what a great game it was. let's get to maria, check the weather across the country. >> good morning, guys, we have some nice weather here in new york city and across the entire northeast, with temperatures very mild and near record levels. for us in new york city we're looking at highs in the mid 60's, upper 60's our record high is, very close to that,
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it's a beautiful day with a lot of sunshine and no rain in sight where the rain is located further off to the west, a strong cold front sweeping through the plains states and great lakes, and storms could be across the south. and present here in our area, take a look at highs in the 60's, a lot of sunshine and the storm system further off to the west where that stormy weather will be across east texas, louisiana and arkansas, back to you. >> thanks, maria. shall we talk about this this morning, we threw this out there on twitter, you have to follow our twitter account. ff weekends on twitter. and we asked this question, should smokers pay higher insurance rates because they smoke? >> a thought provoking debate on this earlier and obviously, there are different points of view. one is, it costs more to
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insure smokers, why not make them pay more. i mean, that was the point of view. >> that's joey jackson, in favor of this gary nolan from the smokers club on the other side. here is their take. >> from a practice cal perspective it makes good sense. they're the ones raising health care costs and premiums, et cetera, as a result of that it would be a very good idea and finally also, from modifying that behavior, if you don't want the surcharge, stop smoking. >> there'll always be a leading cause of preventible death in this country. will it become alcohol when they're through with this, will people who have a cocktail have to fight employer for health insurance. will the people who need health insurance the most find it unaffordable? i think we're going do you think a slippery slope. >> an interesting question and we asked for your e-mails and tweets and dave from maryland writes, this increasing
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tobacco task and premiums is discrimination and takes advantage of those who are hooked. >> alisyn: they after free smoking cessation classes for you, so if you want to get unhooked. >> dave: and joey argues it's not discrimination because you choose to smoke. >> alisyn: andy from north carolina says as a former smoker i know costs from smoker, i guess health costs more expensive for health care so, yes, smokers should pay more for premiums. >> dave: smokers, terrible, what about the health issues they get off scott-free, that's terrible. >> why not make them pay more, also, money incentivizes people to change their behavior. >> clayton: belvedere for four kids, i guess they have four questions, yes, smokers in my company with pay $50 more per month in premium unless they enroll in stop smoking
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programs, and quit. you can twitter us. >> alisyn: do we have a twitter account. >> clayton: ff weekend. >> dave: and black friday shopping, what makes shoppers get so violent? they're here weighing in. >> and rocking out, chicago! >> ♪ ♪
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she said no way. >> even as recently as less than a year ago-- americano, the latinos in the united states, he came out with the same policy at that again said that he stands for amnesty for illegal aliens. >> alisyn: gingrich had clarified his original statement at the debate insisting only talking about immigrants who have been here 25 years or long are. we'll have more on that later in the show. >> dave: and michele bachmann told us her answer in that msnbc town hall i was talking about who would be deported first. >> clayton: right in the order in which they arrived, felons, first according to what she had to say there. now on to this story, black friday, a violent battle ground for shoppers in the los angeles area people still looking for the woman suspected of pepper spraying her way through a crowd to get to a xbox. 20 people were hurt there. take a look at this out in california shoppers going crazy storming an urban
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outfitters and trampling anyone in sight. so what is going on here? let's ask political psychologist dr. jeff. good morning, doc. >> good morning. >> dave: is there anything clinical going on here. >> i think there's something social logically going on called the herd mentality, the mob mentality and people get together for this incredible event and think they're going to get that pleasure principal net right away go in and great something at a great, great bargain and once they get around all of these people, the competitive juices come out, the anonymity, lack of conscience and they act out and behave badly. >> clayton: lack of conscience is surprising to me, it's the holidays and probably have half the relatives at home hanging out with the kids while they're at the store, thinking about buying christmas presents after all and conscienceness is right out the window? >> it does go out the window because we have to look at the messages that the retailers are putting out there. if you want to show your
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christmas spirit. if you want to show love to your family go out and get the latest gadgets and spend money on useless products that you don't need and some may be pretty nice of course, but this is how you show your love and we know that the holidays are about expressing your love in a way that's memories and genuine not handing over a gift saying have a nice day and have a merry christmas. >> dave: i'm all about personal responsibility, in the absence of that. does a store like wal-mart have a responsibility here to do something to change the system, to stretch out deals over the weekend. that double security? i don't know. >> they absolutely have that responsibility, and all of the suggestions that you're giving are right on, and it really needs to be about crowd control. look, we know that the retailers use psychological tricks to get people in. for example, they use certain scents that come through the vents and play music slowly and should be playing chicago music that will get people buying. >> great.
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>> exactly. but they play slow music in order to get them to linger in the store, why not use some psychological suggestions, piping in some messages of be courteous, enjoy it as part of the holiday spirit and be civil. stop getting these anger items of five items for they run out or making it time limited. all you're he doing is whipping people up into a frenzy where there is he' the potential for of behaving in inappropriate and dangerous ways. >> and we'll see whether or not sales return to the roof and if money equals, if they get the sales, they get the profits, you don't he see them changing anytime soon. >> that's the problem. >> and cyber monday will be-- >> cyber monday is the way to do it. >> may i say one thing. >> clayton: please. >> ♪ saturday, in the park, every day's the 4th of july ♪ >> and chicago is coming up next. with their version the
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doctor's song. they're going to sing from the new christmas album in a couple of minutes, hang out. ♪
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>> you know these guys they sold millions of albums and countless number one hits and now releasing a new album titled chicago 33 oh christmas tree and the legends chicago. nice to have you guys. >> thank you. >> alisyn: you've awoken the studio and people are here dancing and singing along, it's great to have you.
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>> thank you. >> alisyn: lee, you're a founding member of the group. meaning you guys have all been together for decades. >> right. >> alisyn: now you have this new christmas or holiday cd out. what's the motivation behind it? >> well, we decided to put another christmas album together last year. we had to hide it for a year and now we've been promoting it again he. and we're promoting it on show today and also an event on december 6th and 15th in 500 theaters around the country, which is a retrospective of our tour for 2011. >> alisyn: that's cool. >> and we're going to feature some christmas music in it as well. >> alisyn: you're going to do that for us right now. so let's hear some christmas music. take it away. ♪ ♪ simply having a christmas
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